The 54 African member states including Uganda that make up the Confederation of African Football (CAF) body on Monday unanimously passed the $100,000 subvention fee to each of the countries.
Delegates at the Extraordinary General Assembly held in Manama, Baharain approved by acclamation the amendment of the budget to allow the implementation of the program of CAF President Ahmad.
During his election on 16 March 2017, the CAF President granted a subvention of $100,000 to each Member Association.
The break down:
This consists of $20,000 as compensatory allowances for the president of the Associations, $50,000 for youth football and $30,000 for the support of match official indemnities.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino and General Secretary, Fatma Samoura, attended the CAF Extraordinary General Assembly.
The Assembly also witnessed an increase of seven for African members in the FIFA Council as stipulated in the FIFA Statutes.
Meanwhle, Egyptian Football Association (EFA) president, Hani Abo Rida was elected onto the FIFA Council.
He polled 50 votes, against 4 by his only challenger, Zelkifli Ngoufonja from Cameroon.
Two other contenders Leodegar Tenga from Tanzania and Mohamed Samir Sobha from Mauritius withdrew.